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The Catalysis Society of Australia is affiliated with the International Association of Catalysis Societies.  IACS is an association of catalysis societies from 30 countries.

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Interested in finding a collaborator in the field of catalysis, or an expert to aid your R&D program? The Australian Catalysis Researcher & Professional Directory has a listing of members of the Catalysis Society of Australia.

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Three Australian young researchers were successful in securing the IACS award

Three Australian young researchers were successful in securing the IACS (International Association of Catalysis Societies) young researcher award.

Graphic depicting chemicals and catalysis - ICC24 young researcher support.

Young Researcher Support for attending ICC2024

The Catalysis Society of Australia is dedicated to supporting the advancement of catalysis research and fostering the development of young talent in the field. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of our young researchers at ICC2024 in Lyon.

Dr Muxina Konarova ECR representative

Dr Muxina Konarova Appointed ECR Representative

13 Oct

Dr Muxina Konarova has been appointed ECR representative for the Australian Catalysis Society. Congratulations, we are looking forward to work with Muxina.

Pacifichem 2020 Symposium

Pacifichem 2020 will organise a symposium of In-Situ and Operando Studies of Spectroscopy, Microscopy, and Catalysis for Chemical and Energy Transformations (#162) under Chemistry of Energy Section.

Update on Scholarships for ICC San Diego

The IACS board has now sent out information regarding scholarship applications. The decisions on abstracts are currently being sent out. Can applicants for scholarships please send the requested information to me by COB 24th February. I am sorry for the short timeframe but IACS has very tight timing on the submission of the nationally selected candidates.

2018 Lectureship

The 2018 David Trimm and Noel Cant lectureship was awarded to Prof. Avelino Corma sponsored by the Catalysis Society of Australia. The lectureship is awarded to an individual for outstanding contributions in the area of catalysis and catalytic processes. The primary consideration in the selection is the quality and impact of the recipients work in catalysis. The lectures are given in the major catalysis centres all over Australia by a distinguished and eloquent speaker on a suitable topic in Catalysis and Catalytic processes.

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